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25
Oct

Town Hall meeting: Protection of Freedom of Speech and Academic Freedom »

12–1.30pm
At its August meeting, Academic Board discussed the 2019 Report of the Independent Review of Freedom of Speech in...
Mr Philip Lowe, RBA Governor
29
Oct

Some Echoes of Melville - Public Lecture by Philip Lowe, Governor of the RBA »

5.30–6.30pm
VENUE MOVED TO MANNING CLARK HALL, CULTURAL CENTRE, KAMBRI The Sir Leslie Melville Lecture is an annual public lecture...
William Dalrymple
29
Oct

In conversation with William Dalrymple »

6–7pm
William Dalrymple will be in conversation with Meera Ashar on William's new book, The Anarchy. The Relentless Rise of...
KK
05
Nov

Dr Karl Kruszelnicki Talk »

6–7pm
Follow Dr Karl Kruszelnicki, AM, Australia's favourite science guru, on a multimedia Random Road Trip through Science...

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Moonside space banner
12
Sep

Moonside | Launch your side project online »

6–8pm
Moonside is a technical skills program that teaches participants how to put projects online. The program is practice-...
Women's Alumni Network
24
Oct

Women's Alumni Network: connecting new graduates »

6pm
The ANU Women's Alumni Network is excited to welcome our new graduates! We believe in supporting our female...
Canberra symphony orchestra
24
Oct

ActewAGL Llewellyn Four »

7.30pm
Presented by: Canberra Symphony Orchestra Umberto Clerici thrilled audiences with Schumann’s Cello Concerto in 2017 and...
Eurasia map
25
Oct

Russia in Asia and the World: A Symposium dedicated to Yevgeny Primakov »

9am–2pm
The ANU Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies (The Middle East and Central Asia) will hold a symposium on Friday, October...
25
Oct

Town Hall meeting: Protection of Freedom of Speech and Academic Freedom »

12–1.30pm
At its August meeting, Academic Board discussed the 2019 Report of the Independent Review of Freedom of Speech in...
Celebrating at UPCCC
25
Oct

University Preschool and Child Care Centre's 50th Birthday Celebration »

5pm
The University Preschool and Child Care Centre (UPCCC) is a community-based not-for-profit child care centre based on...
aerial photo of Canberra
25
Oct

Diversifying Australia: Immigration and demographics in the post-White Australia policy era »

5.30pm
Australia has one of the largest percentages of immigrant populations in the developed world, with both a highly...
Out & Loud Gala Concert
27
Oct

Out & Loud Gala Concert  »

5pm
Presented by Canberra Gay and Lesbian Qwire The Out & Loud Gala Concert is the culmination of the Out & Loud...
The Wholesome Show
28
Oct

RSB Directors Seminar: Live recording of The Wholesome Show podcast »

12.30pm
For the final RSB Director's Seminar for 2019, we are very pleased to present a live recording of The Wholesome Show...
Hand and data lights
29
Oct

Data Sovereignty Translation and Health Tools Assessment »

9am–4.30pm
The 2019 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Symposium will include international and national experts to...
ACT MS Symposium 2019
29
Oct

ACT MS Symposium 2019 »

9.30am–3.30pm
This year's ACT MS Symposium will focus on the interesting topic of personalised and integrated management of MS....
ACT MS Symposium 2019
29
Oct

ACT MS Symposium 2019 »

9.30am–3.30pm
This year's ACT MS Symposium will focus on the interesting topic of personalised and integrated management of MS....
Image sourced from Flickr by Ben Hosking
29
Oct

What motives giving? Three things learned from field experiments with charity and foundation partners »

12.15–1.30pm
Drawing upon field experiments conducted in the online marketplace for giving with charity and foundation partners, the...
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29
Oct

Accounting for adolescent pathways into cyber-delinquency: results from the South Australian Digital Youth Research Project »

12.30–1.30pm
Digital technologies, particularly the Internet, play a significant and increasingly central part in adolescent life....
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29
Oct

Darwinism’s Generations: Responding to Evolution, 1859-1909 »

4.30–5.45pm
1859 marked the start of a profound cultural crisis in Britain. Of the various triggers of this crisis, none was more...

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